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The Compelling Art of Cleo and Her Spot in Art History

Date Added: April 09, 2015 08:13:47 PM
Author: Teresa Shantre
Category: Arts
Trends in art history are often a reproduction of whatever was occurring historically and societally at the era as well, often offering a testimony of what the public may have been thinking, emoting, or reflecting on, as well as how they were expressing those things at any period in the time of human existence. The time in which they lived, their mode of self expression, and their chosen beliefs, if any, and many other things all influence where an certain artist sits on the timeline. However, when it comes into the contemporary art and the method becomes a bitmore complex As a result of the enormous variety of inspirations available to today's artists, many modern artists produce masterpieces which hearkens back to multiple unique styles, whilst offering something different in itself. This is no less so when reviewing the body of pieces of art produced by Clementina Cote, better known by the name Clementina Cote. paintings is a energizing combination of the effects of several famous, classical art eras and the soul of unique beliefs that was a epitome of the era in which Cote Clementina (Cleo) lived and developed the majority of her body of paintings. In fact, Clementina Cote (Cleo) herself very much found distasteful the idea of naming something as vague art, since she believed art by its very foundation was supposed to be about expressing a freedom from such things - a 100%, unfettered outburst of innovate power. Cote Clementina's artistic style is a melting potof multiple others styles including impressionist, post impressionist and fauvist. She herself is happy with this depiction. The impressionist style focus on light and its qualities with scarcity of black and white in the common hue palettes of the day, rather than thick brush strokes to capture an impression of a literal scene. All of these elements are key in the artworks of Clementina Cote (Cleo), as are the uses of unusually vivid, unadulterated hues and expressive line patterns, which are hallmarks of the thereafter post-impressionist and fauvist periods. One can also see the influence of the surrealist notions that was present during Cleo's lifetime in her pieces of art, although her artwork does not have a tendency to symbolize the visual traits of this style. Surrealism happened from the sentiment that the atrocitiesof World War I were greatly caused by an excess of coherent thought, which is why surrealists were so often newly minded non-conformistputting forth new and untraditional ideas on the use of focal points, organization, and blending of shapes in art. For highly independent individuals this way of thinkingwas perfect. Cote Clementina - Cleo was a great enthusiast of the belief that art should be chained by few dictums. This she expressed boldly through her works.
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